Distinct features adapted for childbearing distinguish adult females from males. Other bones, specifically on the skull, also have features that can indicate sex, though less reliably. This set of lesson plans (1 of 4) is assuming a maximum of six teams of students, 5 to 6 members each (Evidence Collection Technicians, ECTs)
In this third of four lessons (from the PBL unit called "Pre-Production: The Importance of Storytelling, Storyboards, Scripts and Set Design!") students are introduced to script-writing conventions and formatting using the free program "Celtx". Note: paper-based options are also included.
Students will utilize information gathered in the previous two lessons to create a soil map poster.
This is the last of four lessons related to BRAND DESIGN. In this lesson, students will use Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop to design a helmet, uniform, and various marketing and merchandise items, such as a coffee mug, tee shirt, etc., incorporating their team's logo and brand concept they have created in lesson three.
In this first of four lessons on Branding, Brand Identity, and Brand Concept Development, students will learn about the importance of initial basics of graphics and branding, fundamentals of design, layout and composition, color theory, and typography.
Lesson 3 of 4 will focus on the most common building materials used for structural systems within a building: • Wood (Timber) • Steel • Concrete This is important because these three materials are the most core of building resources we use today. In order to properly engineer and propose solutions we must understan…
The final lesson in a series asks students to take the information learned in the prior three lessons and apply it to the development and presentation of a full-scale marketing plan.
The third in a series of agri-marketing lessons. This lesson focuses on the role of budgets in the development of products and a marketing plan.
The second in a series of lessons on agricultural marketing, this lesson focuses on the 4 P's of marketing and the mix needed to bring a new product into the marketplace.
As the 4th Lesson in this Capstone Project, students will create a Clawbot Virtual model in Autodesk Inventor. This is an advanced project that will require teamwork, multiple class sessions and the ability to create a product that shows the students' knowledge, skills and creativity.
LEGO Digital Designer, commonly abbreviated LDD, is a 3D CAD computer application that LEGO fans can use to design models from an unlimited supply of over LEGO bricks available in nearly every colour, including minifigures and minifigure accessories, flexible tubes, and TECHNIC pieces. Models can be as small or as large as the creator wishes.
Inventor® 3D CAD software offers professional-grade 3D mechanical design, documentation, and product simulation tools. Students will visit the Autodesk Gallery in San Francisco, build virtual models using this Software Program, and share their creative work with the class.
In this 1st of 4 lessons, students are introduced to the deadly disease called diabetes mellitus. Subsequent lessons will address what the link is between diabetes and food, what a proper nutritional plate looks like, creating a healthy shopping list and meal.
Travel into the World of CAD (Computer Aided Design) and see how CAD has revolutionized Design and Development of Robots in a Virtual World.
In this lesson students will determine the best conditions for growing coffee through research and experimentation.